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and northeast. the latest track continues to take it up to eastern sections of canada. the wind now down to the upper 60s, below hurricane force. here we have the makings of a wonderful weekend. >>> thank you bob. even though earl's eye never made landfall in maryland. adam may shows us what it looked like when earl hit. >> reporter: ocean city was beared the brunt of the storm but dangerous water conditions continue in the resort town. at the height of the storm in ocean city, giant waves slammed into the beach. emergency patrol surfs battled. >> waves are the biggest i've ever seen. pretty eerie. >> reporter: dangerous rip tides prompted officials to prohibit swimming for the second day in a row. but some risked it any way. >> it's crazy, we've never experienced anything like this, the waves are nice. >> reporter: one man was even arrested for skinny dipping with hurricane earl. the hurricane became a tourist attraction to see waves like this. >> the waves are absolutely beautiful. >> reporter: hurricane earl could have damaged beach front business if it wasn't for a million dollars s
continues to evolve. it will weaken as it moves up toward eastern canada, running toward the very cold waters up there. yeah, that's where the waters are. temperatures in the water, only in the upper to low 50s. clouds moving out across the region. and looks like a great setup for the weekend. tim in the outback, with a look at the current advisories for the weekend. >> a picture says a thousand words. and you saw in adam may's picture, how the waves are really crashing into the beach there in ocean city. that is the reason now that we have a coastal flood statement. basically, a special weather statement is what is in effect for the beaches, basically from ocean city and worcester county, right on down into akimack county. that's the green strip right there. they've even lifted that watch and advisory for the delaware beaches. so it's basically a concern that the surf, the rip currents, and the tides are going to be very high, down along the coast. so you'll need to take heed. what you're seeing there is the double-digit winds have calmed down. 13-mile-per-hour sustained winds. high w
bieber is? >> is that that little kid? >> that little kid from canada has been a chart stopper. he was discovered on youtube. three years ago, the 16-year- old's mom posted clips on youtube. >> like baby, baby, baby oh. >> reporter: even letterman talks about him. it's not just the singing, the hair is just as famous. >> i decided to let it go. >> because of bieber? >> pretty much. >> you can vote for your favorite marylander supporting the do. >> there's nothing like seeing the hair in person and if you have a ticket, you can line up for a wristband 8:00 a.m. sunday. reporting in timonium, weijia jiang, eyewitness news. >>> bieber fever! well, his first cd titled my world has been in stores less than a year. >>> well, turning to sports, well, there's bad news for raven's fans. the all prosafety ed reid will be on the unable to perform list. being on the list now means he'll have to sit out the first six games. he's yet to practice this season. and tom and ken hamlin are among the candidates. and the first game the ten games away now. a monday night opener. the game, we'll bring it
, davis guggenhime, featuring jeffrey canada from harlem who has shown it is possible for great schools even in poor neighborhoods. this week the department of education announced grants to replicate his success in 20 more cities. >> i thought it was a little slanted because i think that there are a lot of great public schools. >> does anyone in your group think the status quo is working? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: they also agree on what's at stake. >> you know, i want to be a teacher. >> reporter: a child's future. >> i want to be a nurse. >> i want to be a doctor. >> reporter: michelle miller cbs news new york. >>> a video singer katy perry taped for "sesame street" being kicked to the kucurb. yesterday. producers announced they would not air it after receiving complaints from parents. they overnight, she tweeted looks like my play date with elmo has been cut short. i'm a little hot here. this morning actress tom selleck and donnie walberg. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news. ds of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the
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into canada with winds of hurricane status. lisa is a tropical storm at five miles an hour. take a look at the cone. it takes you out to sunday and barely moves. on the watercraft craft in effect. when the winds do turn around to the south. overall topping out at 77 this afternoon. it will be a beautiful one. tonight we go down to 59. tomorrow we go up to 88 degrees. the heat starts kick in. it sticks around and we'll have the five-day coming up. >> looks great. >> 48 when i came in this morning, i had the top down. >> it's all perspective. >> and the heat on. a reminder, great prostate challenge is coming up. make sure you come out for the run, the walk and a lot more fun as marty is the mc. it's at towson university johnny unitas stadium. for more information, go to wjz.com. and still to come on eyewitness news at noon, don't forget to get your flu shot. hear how it can help your help besides preventing you from getting sick. here are the stories we're following on our website at this hour. for constant updates, go to wjz.com. ,,,, >>> in today's healthwatch report there's another rea
, britain and canada, led the banning. the new video game allows a player to be a taliban fighter and shoot u.s. soldiers. the defense minister says it trivializes the loss of war. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," stocks in asia bounce back today. ashley morrison is here in new york with more on that. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. asian markets were up as concerns about europe's debt crisis eased. japan's nikkei was up a fraction while hong kong's hang seng was up just a fraction. >>> today wall street gets numbers on trade and the weekly market numbers. wednesday the market went higher. the dow gained 46 points while the nasdaq added 20. >>> job openings jumped in july for the first time in five months. the labor department says the number of jobs advertised rose by more than 6% to just over 3 million. that is the highest since april. but the competition for those jobs is fierce. on average, five people are vying for each open spot. >>> with people worried about their jobs, they're keeping the plastic at home. consumers' borrowing fell again in july. households cut back on their
.s. and canada, including toys with small pieces that are a choking hazard. and tricycle tricycles and highs with protruding pieces that can cut a child. so far, 17 injuries have been reported. overseas there's a potential standoff between the u.s. and a key ally in the war on terror. pakistan today closed an important border crossing for trucks that supply coalition forces in afghanistan. it was a retaliation for a nato helicopter attack inside pakistan in which three pack taken soldiers were killed by mistake. in washington, a change of tone is coming to the white house and the worst-kept secret in town, president obama will announce tomorrow that chief of staff rahm emanuel is taking his brash, combative style home to chicago to run for mayor. he'll be replayed, at least temporarily, by the more mild-mannered pete rouse, who was mr. obama's chief of staff in the senate. and still ahead here on the cbs evening news, remembering a kid from the bronx who became a star. but up next, the unseen risk at the hospital, a deadly new class of superbugs. >> couric: america's hospitals are places of
told cur cure he hopes the film promotes action. >> it features jeffrey canada who shows it's possible to create jet stream great schools even in poor neighborhoods. this week the department of education announced grants to replicate his success in 20 more cities. >> it's not an issue that we should put our heads in the sand. we could actually fix this. >> reporter: but critics of the movie say it unfairly targets public schools, their teachers and unions. >> i thought it was a little slanted because i think that there are a lot of great public schools with great teachers and great administrators and great families. >> reporter: still... >> does anyone in your group think the status quo is working? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: they also agree on what's at stake. >> you know, i want to be a teacher. >> reporter: a child's future. >> i want to be a nurse. i want to be a doctor. >> reporter: michelle miller, cbs news, new york. >> couric: and you can see my complete interview with davis guggenheim on my webcast on cbsnews.com. that is the cbs news for tonight. thank you fur watching. i
to canada. blasting nova scotia when it came ashore this morning, offering a finishing kick to this largely oversold storm. by contrast, along the u.s. atlantic coast, the sigh of relief at earl's weakness seemed almost as powerful as the hurricane's winds. >> i was really happy that nothing bad happened. >> reporter: on cape hatteras, earl's first target, they reopened a bridge to the north carolina mainland anda the tourists resurfaced. in rhode island, a big surf was the only remnant of the storm. there was some beach erosion on long island, but the damage was light compared to the drum roll of predictions. >> a team of reporters and meter olses will bring you live coverage over the next hour and a half. >> reporter: trees were felled in nantucket, but looking at the beaches and shoppers, the scene did not resemble the state of emergency the massachusetts governor declared just hours ago. >> i was thrilled, you know. the sun was out and shining. people are walking around town. >> reporter: indeed, the federal emergency management team said no states had even asked for assistance. this si
home country of canada for the rest of september. >>> well on a more serious note. court records could soon be going paperless in the city of maryland. the baltimore sun reports that a pilot program is being launched in 2012. people will not have to go to the courthouse just to look at documents, instead they'll be able to access a single network online. the project is expected to be completed around 2015. the state has already put more than $20 billion into it. you can read more about it in tomorrow's edition of the baltimore sun. >>> with economic set backs piling up around the country, president obama now wants to bring back tax credits for businesses. the research and development tax credits are designed to help spur economic growth. on wednesday, the president will ask congress to permenantly extend the $100 billion credits. the white house says the proposal will be paid for by closing other corporate tax breaks. >>> tonight investigators looking into the gulf oil spill could finally examine the piece of equipment that caused it. >> reporter: federal agents took control of a key p
sections of canada. there's a good look at it once again. these are the spaghetti tracks. in other words all the models put together still have this storm pretty far out, at least as far as maryland is concerned. but there still is a tropical storm warning and for the baltimore metro area and all the areas west, we do have coastal flood watches. we can expect 3 to 4 feet. coming up my full forecast will take a look at hurricane earl and how it can impact over the next few days. >>> to track the storm, get updates and see live radar. >>> it was a hot and frustrating commute from some this afternoon, train 28 stalled at the start of rush hour going from washington dc. some fear an earlier, but a rescue train arrived to off load passengers less than an hour later quipped with water. >>> a long time maryland state senator cashes in more than $240,000 for a popular grocery chain. police say those checks were illegal. kelly mcfear mcpherson explains the charges. >> reporter: curry has stepped down as chair of the 32 billion- dollar budget committee after today's outline how he conspired to hel
in vancouver, canada. as children went back to school this week, traffic safety officials placed a 3 d sign on a busy street. it looks like a little girl chasing a ball, but it's actually an optical illusion, a virtual reminder to drivers to slow down and keep their eyes on the road. katie is in los angeles tonight getting ready for tomorrow's special stan broadcast. stand up to cancer broadcast. katie. >> couric:ed stand up 2 cancer funds dream team friday all across the country, scientists from different institutions working together to fight this disease. up next you'll meet the dream team that's targeting pancreatic cancer and the progress that's being made. >> couric: tomorrow night, cbs and the other major networks are joining forces once again to bring you stand up 2 cancer, a program designed to raise awareness of the disease and raise money to fight it. some of that money is funding research against one of the deadliest forms of cancer, pancreatic. this year, more than 43,000 americans will be diagnosed with it, and nearly 37,000 will die of it. it's already claimed the lives of pe
by the time it gets up into the very chilly waters off of massachusetts and off of eastern canada. right now, the winds still at 115. but did drop down. tim has a look at the current watches and advisory for our region. >> watches and advisories are in effect to cover the extent of this wind. while the storm is passing about 150 miles offshore. the hurricane force winds extend. extend outward to about 105 miles an hour. what you see there, murn watch -- hurricane watch, meaning the conditions are possible from delaware to the tip of virginia there. 1- to 3-foot higher than average tide could be possible, just until 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. that is when the advisory will be lifted. we'll talk about more of this in your complete updated five- day forecast coming up in a few moments. back inside. >> first warning weather coverage continues with adam may, live in ocean city, with big precautions already in effect there. adam? >> reporter: certainly, a lot of precautions now, denise. a lot of the businesses have packed up their outdoor belongings. also, at 1:00 this afternoon, the beach patrol
but one manufacturer, bombardier of canada. federal records show in the last two years, there have been only two such incidents involving airliners made by other companies but in that time you have the six bombardier incidents, two in the last four days plus chicago, atlanta, ontario, california, and philadelphia. in each case, the planes landed safely without injuries to those on board, but with that many accidents involving similar aircraft made pie by the same company, authorities want to know if that's a pattern. the f.a.a. and national transportation safety board are investigating and aviation investigators say wear and tear could be an issue. >> they're designed and used for short-haul uses of passengers so they may take off and land three five, seven, 10 times a day sometimes. so their landing gear are put under a lot more stress. >> reporter: today bombardier said it would support any investigation. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >> couric: in health news, there's been a lot of debate about what causes attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly called a.d.h.d. some sa
between the u.s. and canada ruptured, pouring at least 800,000 gallons of crude in the waterway surrounding this town. fouling the air with a noxious odor, threatening the water and, as seen in this home video, drenching local wildlife. now, that mess has turned into another one. the canadian energy giant that owns the pipeline, enbridge, is accused of deceptive tactics by dozens of homeowners affected by the spill. >> they don't know what they're signing and they sign a lot of their rights if they don't know what they're signing. >> reporter: in a giant investigation with the center for public integrity, cbs news obtained these two documents. one is this settlement form. some residents claim the company coerced them to sign it for a $300 air purifier and some evacuation expenses. in exchange releasing enbridge from and against all liability, claims and actions. the company disputes that. the other document was this release form allowing enbridge access to any and all medical records, one that had to be signed, residents claim, before enbridge would pay for a visit to a clinic.
at the stream of moisture from east of florida and the bahamas up to maine, southern canada, just a stream of tropical moisture. it as a rich field of moisture. still headed our way. we could easily see two to three more inches of rain. that tropical moisture continues to flood in our region. by tomorrow afternoon the system should be through. drier air comes. cooler temperatures it. looks like a pretty nice weekend shaping up. gale warning lifted. southeast winds up to 0 to 40 knots at times. tonight still rain, could be heavy and more flooding. 64 tomorrow. rain in the morning. probably until 9:00 or 10:00 and sunshine breaking through, rose disci and a much nice per afternoon. high of 72 degrees. he'll have the weekend coming up. >> still to come tonight, heavy rains along the east coast. the problems it's causing in maryland. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 6:30, 77 degrees with leet rain. here's some of the stories people are talking about. we've been telling you about the heavy rains causing power outages and dangerous driving conditions across the state. for example, this car became st
in our direction. all the way up to southern canada now. that will continue tonight but by tomorrow the whole system moving off to the east. and we start to dry out with sunshine and mild temps tomorrow afternoon. may get i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. [ monkey cheeps ] [ male announcer ] a bath becomes even more pleasurable when you know that your water is being heated in an environmentally- conscious way while saving you hundreds of dollars on your water-heating energy bill. the geospring water heater from ge with advanced hybrid technology. heating the water in your home any other way is just going to seem primitive. [ monkey cheeps ] ♪ maryland res
eastern canada. more activity in the tropics to tell you about. this packs off the coast here by friday afternoon. and could go often to the east/northeast. we have fiona. however, fiona is moving way out in the atlantic ocean. not really a major player in anyone's weather. off to the east, another storm just named a little while ago, gaston. the tropical storm heading west. this is one we'll keep on the radar. certainly, this could impact weather in the caribbean. and maybe even the southeast u.s. over the next week or so. tonight, then, for our region, clear. it will be quiet. nothing going on really. some stars out there. 66 tomorrow. still high. maybe 92 again. but increasing clouds, particularly afternoon and night. and tomorrow night, much warmer. and friday, we'll be dealing with earl, along the east coast. for us in baltimore, probably just sun to partly sunny skies. >> really? >> it's too far away from the center of that storm. luckily for our region. but not so lucky for the beaches and delaware. >> moving up the coast. thanks. >>> still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness new
up toward eastern canada. but it's going topaz just east of-- to pass just east of cape cod. could save perhaps some tropical storm force winds. west of us, clearing out nicely. and a super weekend headed our way. closeup view. you see the clouds continuing to break up. so winds now beginning to shift more to the west. cumberland, a nice breeze at 15. ocean city at 10-mile-an-hour wind as we speak. all right. here's the front we told you about. it's moving in our direction. behind it, beautiful, dryer, cooler. beautiful weekend. shaping up for the entire east coast. once we get rid of earl, of course, that will linger in new england for a little longer. but for us, once the front comes through, very pleasant, cooler conditions. super weather for all of the labor day weekend. for the entire region. and that is very pleasant news. winds tomorrow, west. 15 to 20 with a gust of 25. and small craft advisory out there tomorrow. clearing out later on. 65 with a nice breeze tomorrow. sunshine, beautiful afternoon. less humid. high of 80 degrees. maybe 82 in the city. so have a nice week, e
moved into portions of canada. a little rain there. but for us, temperatures this afternoon, at 95 degrees. and that ties the all-time record. there you go. on this date set back in 1970. so far, the low today. 70, our normal high is 76 degrees. and i guess the good news is, today may be our last 90-degree day. we've got much cooler weather headed our way for the weekend. mary? >> is that good news or bad news, bob? i'm not sure. all right. moving on at this hour, a frightening school bus accident in harford county today is under investigation. denise has more. >> the accident involves a school bus, suv and a car. sky eye chopper 13 was over the scene. you can see, the impact of the collision was violent enough to push the bus onto its side. the driver was suv was taken to shock trauma. six students on the bus and the bus driver have minor injuries. the driver of the third vehicle was also injured. mary? >> all right, denise. thank you. >>> route 155 is now reopened. >>> five months after her tragic death, baltimore county native, yeardley love is on the minds of thousands in virgi
. or isolated thundershower. but really cool stuff stays to the north. jet stream goes back up north to canada. temporarily, as we go into fall, it's going to feel more like august. temperatures, 85, 88 degrees on wednesday. same thing for thursday and friday before things begin to turn around again on the weekend. they're cooling down by saturday and sunday. southeast winds at 5 to 10 knots. bay temp, still in the very pleasant mid-70s. once it takes a long time to heat up, it takes a long time to cool down, too. clear and cooler. average low, 52. gorgeous afternoon. back up in the mid-70s. 77. >> okay. let's call it 77. >> let's do it. >>> still ahead on eyewitness news at 5:00. igor rears his ugly head. with a massive storm unleashed on bermuda. where it's headed next. bob will tell you in the first warning weather next. >>> how a dark side football party quickly turns fatal. >>> hawaii five-0 returns. >>> hawaii five-0 returns. now, it's hotter. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, we know everyone's looking for ways to save. why not save on car insurance? [ coin drops ] [ high-pitched voice ] thanks. [ normal
at this all the way through the carolinas up through new england and southern canada. huge amounts of rain, many areas 4, 5, 6, 7 inches and the stream continues across the care row lane thats. we could pick up another 2, 3 inches of rain very likely. all of this tropical moisture coming right from the atlantic and caribbean. west of us almost nothing. just got a report out of cumberland. only an inch of rain. that low eventually starts clearing out, cooler and drier air tomorrow afternoon. gale warning still continuing. tonight rain will be heavy at times. gusty winds about 64. tomorrow 72. rain ends and windy afternoon sunshine will start drying things out. >> be very careful. some of those are covered with water. >> don't drive through standing water. bob is right. don't do it. >>> still ahead on "eyewitness news" at 5:00, deadly betrayal. a new jersey college student takes his own life. questions about what his roommate did that covered the tragedy. >>> i'm derek valcourt. coming up on "eyewitness news," i'll tell you where some of the worst flooding is and how bad worst flooding is
the away from northeastern parts of canada to the west coast. it will take a while to get through here. we have severe weather on the southern side of this. but the bulk of the rain and thunderstorms will take off to the north of us. it comes together like this here's the front that sort of pulls through here today and tomorrow and it gets out of here for tuesday. temperatures will go down a few degrees behind this. however, once we clear that, wednesday, thursday and friday, that is the first day of fall on wednesday, the temperatures are jumping way up. it will feel like mid-summer once again this jet stream gets pushed way off to the north. also we need to keep you updated on igor. it's a category one hurricane with the winds 86 miles an hour. it's moving off to the north at this point. it will take the northeastern track. it is still a very large, powerful storm. it has come down in some the wind strength, the strength is still headed directly to or slightly past bermuda. tropical storm-forced conditions will head through in the next four hours. and monday reason of it starts to leave.
to you. >> all right, sharon. thank you. >>> still ahead, optical illusion. a new program in canada forces drivers to be more careful. see how it could save lives. >>> high-seas confrontation. marines blame control in the aidan sea. why the mission was so unusual. >>> learning how to best care for veteran prisoners. united kingdom government officials visit maryland to see our successful programs. i'm andrea fujii. that story is just ahead on wjz eyewitness news. >>> sunny and cooler outside. get your updated first warning forecast. everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely. ♪ [ male announcer ]
, as cool, high pressure comes in from canada. tomorrow, we will struggle to get out of the mid-70s. today, we were in the low 90s. so a big change coming. later tonight, temps will be falling by the time sunset comes. very quickly back in the 70s. northwest winds on the bay. maybe gusting as high as 25 knots. bay temp around 79 degrees. tonight, still breezy early. then the winds will calm down. and it gets much cooler. 56 by morning. after a high of 92. windy and cool. sun and clouds in the afternoon. only around 76. and that is actually a few degrees below normal. so enjoy the next few days. >> all right. thank you, bob. >> thanks, bob. >>> of course, the story we were telling you about a few moments ago, a massachusetts woman is in the hospital, stung hundreds of times by a swarm of yellow jackets. some say the hot, dry summer may be partly to blame. christine hager has the story. >> reporter: see the hornets swarming? guess where they came from. this. the football-sized hive. a white-suited control specialist just ripped out of a bush in medfield. he said it only took the hornets abou
issue add warning to the maker of canada dry's sparkling gingerally -- ginger ale. a similar warning was issued to unilever last month overly ton green tea. >>> a major pet product companies a issue add recall of nearly 75,000 bags of dog treats over salmonella concerns. it includes real beef treats for dogs. it comes after a random test revealed salmonella organisms in the treats. >>> we got to 90 degrees today. record-breaking temperatures. it's sunny and warm with a slight breeze. wjz has weather and traffic together. we have more on the record we broke. burn na det? >> reporter: we hit 90 a lot this year. now, this year more than ever, we hit 90 degrees or higher. 55 times. nothing going on in our area. here's the cold front moving our way. it could bring us a shower or two. but the winds are going to be ahead of it and behind the front. because of that, there's a high fire threat throughout most of the state. show you that graphic, that fire threat for the northern parts of the eastern shore, red flag warnings go into effect. we'll have the forecast coming up. >>> let's check on
's picking up the moisture and moving up towards eastern canada over in next 12 to 24 hours. there's a small craft advisory in the bay and bay temperature around 75. there's a wind moving in and breezy and 65 is the low. tomorrow, rain, heavy and maybe a thunderstorm and gusty winds and maybe up to 25 to 35 miles per hour winds. we're talking about power outages and that's if we get the heavy rains. we'll have a narrow band and it's 75 miles wide where we hit the rainfalls. exact will where that will be determines where we'll get the flooding issues. >> it's full of the good news. >> and it's all over tomorrow night. >> still to come, two big stories on a massive tropical system pushes rain towards maryland. >>> also, a deadly bus accident >>> also, a deadly bus accident with a dozen injured. ,,,, old gibbs canning company. >>> also, a deadly bus accident with a dozen injured. ,,,, today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new c
. by the time it gets up to eastern canada, it will be just a strong, low-pressure system. so getting into the colder waters. also running into what we call shear, which is ripping this storm apart. heading up east to new england. cape cod could see wind gusts over 60, 70 knots that way. there could be damage there. particularly damage probably happening all around the cape hatteras area. and minor damage also possible, even ocean city, where they have tropical storm warnings in effect. which means they could see wind gusts as high as 50 or 60 knots, right along the beaches. as you head inland, that's going to be a lot, lot less. >>> coastal flood advisories through the morning. because of higher-than-normal tides. 1 to 3 feet above normal is what we expect. but that will quickly change during the day tomorrow. tim has a look at how that will be affecting our region. >> reporter: as bob just mentioned, the track of the storm is going to be about 150 miles offshore. and there's a good reason that ocean city, delaware are only seeing tropical storm warnings. it's all because of the wind
study out of canada found women are quicker with an apology than men but not for the reasons you might think. the fascinating part of the study is that they actually showed just random scenarios and of those scenarios, women perceived more of them needing an apology. so, it's not that men don't want to apologize, it's just that they look at a situation, they don't see it as apology-worthy, whereas women do. >> reporter: hear that, ladies? it's not that your man atrade to poll geez, he just doesn't know when he needs to. >> women are a lot more considerate than men. they are always worried about offending their friends or their significant others so they're much more apt to apologize for things that would never bother a guy. >> reporter: you are apologizing because you mean it or to placate her? >> because i mean it. >> reporter: while it may be difficult for men to realize they're in the wrong, getting into the right is actually pretty easy. >> some men don't apologize enough. i don't see what the big deal is. if it is going to quell a situation and make everything okay, just say those
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